Sweet Survivor? 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was a premium automobile built by American Motors from 1957 to 1974 over eight generations. Except for 1962-66, it was a full-sized car designed to compete with the top dogs at GM, Ford, and Chrysler. It began… more»

No Reserve 1968 AMC Ambassador

This 1968 AMC Ambassador is a tidy survivor that needs very little to take it to the next level. It is an attractive proposition for potential buyers, and addressing its few shortcomings would be a satisfying way to kill… more»

Parked For 20 Years: 1951 Nash Ambassador Custom

It is amazing how many cars we see here at Barn Finds that are real mystery machines. This 1951 Nash Ambassador Custom is a perfect example. It appears that it has previously undergone some restoration work, but it was… more»

82k Mile Survivor: 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was AMC’s top-line automobile from 1957-74. It would hold the honor of being the longest continuously used car nameplate at that time. The 1971 models were part of the car’s seventh generation and competed with the Chevy… more»

American Motors Collection Up For Auction!

  Those of us who remember American Motors Corporation will recall names like Gremlin, Javelin, Matador, Pacer and Rambler… and even if you aren’t a fan of their work, you’ll appreciate the excellent condition of this collection, up for… more»

One Owner: 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990

The Ambassador was one of American Motors’ longest running nameplates, built from 1957-74. But it was previously a Nash product before Nash-Kelvinator and Hudson merged in 1954 to form AMC. This 1965 Ambassador is a one owner car being… more»

$200 Or Best Offer! 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom

The Ambassador would be the top-of-the-line Nash automobile for many years and as a Rambler after Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors. This nameplate was used every year from 1932 to 1974, making it one of the… more»

401 Powered! 1973 AMC Ambassador

If an AMC Ambassador isn’t 1970s-y enough for you, how about one painted Copper Tan, with patterned fabric seats, and a 401 under the hood? Perfect – that’s what we have here. This 1973 AMC Ambassador was sent to… more»

Forest Find: 1964 Rambler Ambassador 990-H

In 1963, American Motors rolled out all-new Rambler Classics and Ambassadors. The cars were such an improvement over their predecessors and competitors that the whole line of Ramblers was named Car of the Year for 1963 by Motor Trend…. more»

Sinking Glory: 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom

Nothing defines the 1950s for me better than a Nash in black and pink. And, is that a spotlight that I see on the driver’s side mirror? Even better. This 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom can be found here on… more»

Parked In ’89: 1950 Nash Ambassador

It is a shame that Nash did not survive as a vehicle manufacturer because their thinking was not just years, but entire decades ahead of some of their competition. The 1950 Ambassador is a perfect example. You don’t have… more»

Best. Interior. Ever. 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL

I grew up in the era when it was Chevy vs. Ford as most of you probably did. A few lucky folks got to throw AMC in the mix and at this point in my life, that’s where I’m… more»

Barn Find: 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL

The sixth-generation Ambassadors were now solidly AMCs instead of Ramblers, at least in name, and they were great looking cars. This 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL can be found here on eBay in Carp Lake, Michigan, just south of the… more»

Last Year: 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom

This 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom has been from coast-to-coast, at least on a car trailer. It’s originally a California car but now resides in storage in Augusta, Maine where the seller has it listed here on eBay. They have… more»

Just Surface Rust: 1951 Nash Ambassador

Barn Finder Roger has been keeping his eyes open, and he spotted this 1951 Nash for us to look at, so thank you for that Roger. This car is an interesting restoration project, and you will find it listed… more»

Beautiful Inside And Out: 1928 Nash Ambassador

It is not every day you come across a true classic like this. A rare, running, garage kept 1928 Nash Ambassador that is almost like a rolling time machine. With 41,000 miles, it has been parked since 1983. The… more»